The system supports recovery and replacement processes, exercising certain compensation strategies and offering targeted therapeutic solutions for hospitals and medical practices. Various procedures for the recovery of cognitive functions are provided, such as:
- Training for attention (attention and concentration, divided attention, two-dimensional operations, three-dimensional operations, etc.).
- Training for memory (figurative memory, photographic memory, etc.).
- Training for executive activities (shopping, planning a day out of the home).
In particular in the recovery of cognitive functions related to attention, concentration and two- and three-dimensional operations the patient is asked to compare a series of figures and identify the image that corresponds exactly to the required target.
In the recovery of cognitive functions linked to memory, the patient is asked to memorise the terms that designate an object and after completing the learning phase must be able to select them each time they appear correctly while scrolling on the screen from left to right.
For the recovery of cognitive functions related to executive activities, the patient is asked, having a list of extra-domestic activities, to carry them out by consulting the city map with various buildings and streets in order to reach one place after another according to the schedule, and to mark it in his activity diary. In detail, three different types of requests are developed: prioritising, minimising route times and maximising the number of activities performed.